Is disambiguity a word?

I had the pleasure of speaking at the User Assistance Conference in Edinburgh recently and spent one lunch time chatting with Professor Geoffrey K. Pullum, who is the Professor of General Linguistics at the University of Edinburgh and regular contributor to the Language Log. We were talking about whether or not ‘disambiguity’ was a real word. As you can imagine, he had much more thoughtful opinions…

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Drupal.org – Crowdsourcing Usability Testing – Get Involved!

Another day, another way to be involved in the Drupal.org redesign project, and this one’s a little different – but I think it’s going to be great fun! Here’s what we’re going to do. I’m going to be doing some remote usability testing using screen sharing and screen recording software that I’ll share back with all of you and that will help guide the ongoing…

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Drupal.org – Prototyping commences!

Progress continues apace on the Drupal.org redesign project – thanks to lots of help from you, we have now moved into the rapid prototyping phase. In the spirit of this open redesign process, you’re more than welcome to take a look at the prototype as it evolves from its current, very sketchy state to … well, whatever it becomes. Hopefully a great home for the…

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Drupal.org – What we learned from the Community Wireframing Project

  I thought you might be interested to know a little about what we did with all the wireframes people submitted for the Drupal Redesign Project. Around 30 wireframes were submitted, mostly to the Flickr group, but also on Drupal Groups and other locations (linked to in the comments of the original post). I think this is a really great effort and I am really pleased…

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